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Council, staff address resident questions on water, police cars, more


October 30, 2019

News photo by Karen AuBuchon Johnson

Members of Cub Scout Troop 911 and their leader, Audrey Hammond, from the American Legion Post 38 in Fountain attended the Fountain City Council meeting on Oct. 22. The scouts were working toward earning the badge, "Building a Better World." Arrow of Light Webelos Scouts led the council in saying the Pledge of Allegiance. Pictured are: Francesca Defosses, Kaide Wiggins, Teddy Hammond, Cadence Ingles, Caleb Christianson, Idris Alfaro, Landon Helmick, and Zachery Whelan.

Policy on police cars going home with officers and customer concerns about water rates were among the many topics discussed at last week's Fountain City Council meeting.

Council member Sharon Thompson shared a number of questions she had collected from residents, and city staff members from various departments gave brief responses.

She requested an explanation about how many police officers take home patrol vehicles and why.

Police Chief Chris Heberer said take-home vehicles were limited to select officers for specific reasons or tasks, not the general patrol force. Some may be on call for...

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